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POSTTRIAL CLINICAL ACCESS: AN EXAMINATION OF THE PRINCIPLES AND GUIDELINES SUPPORTING THE POSTTRIAL ACCESS FRAMEWORK AND A DETERMINATION OF WHETHER THE UNITED STATES CAN DEVELOP A GUIDANCE MANDATING THE PROVISION OF POSTTRIAL ACCESS

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The increased numbers of clinical trials taking place developing countries have raised issues concerning the researcher's obligation to trial participants, the host community, or the host country at the conclusion of a clinical trial. One of the most controversial obligations is the provision of posttrial access after a clinical research trial. This thesis summarizes the principles and guidelines that suggest or require the inclusion of a posttrial access framework at the conclusion of a clinical research trial in the specific context of HIV antiretroviral clinical trials conducted in developing countries, and determines whether the National Institutes of Health's existing posttrial access provision adequately addresses the issues related to mandating posttrial access.
subject
AIDS
Antiretroviral Treatment
Clinical Trial
HIV
National Institutes of Health
Research
contributor
Barner, Dionne Doshia (author)
King, Nancy M. (committee chair)
Iltis, Ana (committee member)
date
2011-02-16T21:42:12Z (accessioned)
2011-12-16T09:30:12Z (available)
2010 (issued)
degree
Bioethics (discipline)
embargo
2011-12-16 (terms)
identifier
http://hdl.handle.net/10339/30393 (uri)
language
en (iso)
publisher
Wake Forest University
title
POSTTRIAL CLINICAL ACCESS: AN EXAMINATION OF THE PRINCIPLES AND GUIDELINES SUPPORTING THE POSTTRIAL ACCESS FRAMEWORK AND A DETERMINATION OF WHETHER THE UNITED STATES CAN DEVELOP A GUIDANCE MANDATING THE PROVISION OF POSTTRIAL ACCESS
type
Thesis

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